Rémi Delangle is a multifaceted musician, driven by discovery, diversity and musical quality.
Trained in the conservatories of Boulogne-Billancourt, Cergy-Pontoise, Aubervilliers and Sydney, he joined the class of Pascal Moraguès and Jean-François Verdier at the CNSMDP where he obtained his Master's degree in clarinet with honors.
He joined the Orchester de la Garde Républicaine in 2007, while at the same time pursuing his career as a guest in prestigious orchestras such as the Orchester de Paris, the Malher Chamber Orchestra, the Orchester de Nancy, the Orchestra of Brittany...
He also participates in international competitions and is famous as a semi-finalist in the ARD Munich competition and winner of the Societa Umanitaria competition in Milan.
Attached to chamber music, Rémi Delangle regularly associates with renowned artists such as David Gaillard, Anne-Lise Gastaldi, Adam Laloum, Lise Berthaud, Matthew Trusler, Victor Julien-Laferrière, the Zaïde Quartet, Hugues Leclerc, Philippe Berrod, Vassilena Serafimova… and is invited to major festivals: Les Arcs, Villefavard, Deauville, Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, Nancyphonies, Mens So...
He is a founding member of the basset horn trio Les Flamants Noirs and of the company Espace Public.
In addition to his classical training, Rémi developed a passion very early on for improvised music and oral transmission from the Balkans as well as for Klezmer music. He flourishes in this sense in the Sirba Octet, Paris Klezmer Band, Taraf Picant ensembles... as well as many ephemeral improvised projects. Eager for new experiences and eager to share his taste for music with as many people as possible, he is also the co-founder and artistic director of the rural music festival, Essertinages. (Biography Selmer website)